That's us, according to Monday's graphic in USA Today.
The stats were compiled by Outside.in. One of their representatives wrote by email that the group has been tracking blog activity in 60 or so cities around the country, watching how many posts were published in March and April.
Divide by the population, and you get a rate. They call it a "blogginess quotient." We're quite bloggy.
Using this methodology, Philly came in No. 2 -- both in the number of total posts and the rate of posting, when you figure for how many people live here.
Boston had the highest rate. New York had the most posts. Seattle was busy drinking coffee.
Pittsburgh had the third-most posts per capita, which says something good about the scrapple state.